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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - December 7, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana Quot a i i i told me 2.port Wayne Indiana wednesday Moening december 7,1859. ,321 to a a fort Wayne Ile publican. Piai tora cd proprietor i33pkp Eveva ,. Morning office on Calhoun St opposite the Public Quara test a per year in. Advance. Rates of advertising. One Square isl Nesor less one insertion $1,00 each subsequent insertion50 same one year,10,00 Quot six months7,00 three months5,00 a one column one year.80,00 Quot six months.50,00 Quot three months35,00 half column one year50,00 Quot six months.30,00 Quot three months20,00 one fourth column one year30,00 Quot a Quot six months.20,00 Quot Quot Quot three months15,00 announcing candidates for ,.2,00 r double column Advt a Price and a half All kinds of Job printing done at reasonable is aug executed with neatness and dispatch tiie English View. The following is an extract from an Arti Acle in the London times on the Harper s ferry affair these occasional outbreaks arc not Peculiar to american slavery but were the a Scourge of All nations of Antiquity and none of them so much As loonie in the Palmiert Days of the Lle Public. A Servile War is a us Lect from which i history willing in averts her and the outbreaks which from time to time have taken place in a inc Rica have been forgotten tic european Public As soon As they were quelled in torture and in blood. Jut each of these insurrections contemptible As they May appear in intelligence numbers and or a a animation is a sympton of a state of things which a Wise and understanding people will it to Well not to neglect too Long. That Security of life and property which is after All the main end and object of civil society a zoos not exist at least in the european a Cense of the terms in the slave states of America. Tie White population can never forget either As judges As legislators or proprietors that they Are a Small minority scattered among a Large and bitterly hostile majority. They never know in full orce tie meaning of Tiu word if they lie Down to rest they know not but the May awoke at mid Naglit the Light of their blazing houses and the yells of the incendiaries. If they wander in tie Forest they eel no Confidence that the Liand of the Assassin does not await Vliem Beliinda every Thicket. Danger begets Feizir and fear Cru a Elty and that cruelty increases danger. Strong As is our sympathy for tie of pm Ossed race that toils beneath the lash of the Soa Tiern Stales of America we cannot a wish that their Bonds May broken an Experiment so frightful As Liat which has once again been tried and has once again failed the Experiment of a Servile there was a time when the Best men of Quot a Nerica looked on slavery As murex a provisional and temporary institution and looked Forward to tie ume Wien tie Bonds should drop from the viands of tie african and tie of the declaration of Independence that All men Are created free and equal Sli Ould no longer a mockery Anda reproach. But Itiat Cems to Jive l and the language of the Southern slaveholder is now rather an exceptional institution destined one Day to swallowed up in the More humane Rule of slavery. cannot Tii Refore surprised to see such reasoners reminded warning like that alluded the Harper s Feny insurrection How insecure is tiie basis upon which the Shive owner builds and How dangerous it is for a nation which caries so venomous a Serpent in her , to Orver Trilling with the to Sil Utility of a foreign War the first effect of which must Al most necessarily to Rouse the sleeping destroyer into life and activity. death of the dowager lady Peel widow of the great state.s.,an, is announced. She died at her residence no. 4, Whitehall gardens London. The lady retired to rest at an Earl ii our in her usual health and spirits and on the mail s going into her bedroom found her Ladyship dead in lied. The deceased lady was the daughter of the late general Floyd. The London Post says a lad Quot Peel was the second daughter of general sir John Floyd baronet Lebecca daughter of or. Charles Drake her marriage with the late sir Robert Peel took place on tie 8th of june 1820, in the drawing room of 3ier Mother s residence in upper Seymour a treet and was attended with the happiest results. Her Ladyship was remarkable for personal Beauty and among the picture. Of the late sir Robert Peel is a portrait of the deceased lady painted sir Thomas Lawrence and forming a companion to Reubens Quot Chapeau de Paille for which sir Robert Peel gave the Large sum of three thousand five Hundred guineas. The Quot Indian captive a . Our readers jul remember our narrative of the Young Man supposing himself to the son of one Joseph Tod who charmed to have been stolen from this neighbor Hood indians Wien a child. Our readers will also remember that the interest awakened his Story among the Bray ton ii Mil residing in Wyandot count who had lost a child under circumstances similar to those narrated the Quot Indian we have a vent from time to time the Progris s of they Oung Man in search of his parents and the Progress of the Bray ton in sear ii of him. The last step recorded was the departure of the oldest brother Brayton for Pennsylvania. A /. learn to Day. From two residents of upper Sandusky messes. William arid Josiah Gibson Stock drovers that news had been received the Bra tons that the 3 Oung Man has been found and proves Toj the Missinio boy a Mathew Zifa Ytoiz was to at Home Iii a few Daysi a it4u�sibsons, when children a a Ina a or child express great anxiety to see him again Quot we shall probably Able to give fall Partica airs of the finding of Chising lost brother in it few Days later accounts say h�8 been found and a the lost Clave and raw i a Ink pee South resuscitated. In we Fri Erett and Liat the new Prev a upon a High to tip fire a South is to priv to a if la whether a those deter my fed or Vii blame the Freedom of a spa a the a anti of Pri Libat Wir a Auteny it it Ery Are frequently grift enemies find in the Ling i Ca tiie Rath of history the Union fld american Quot most unhesitatingly Quot denies that there have been Quot lib eral and enlightened statesmen Quot in the South who regarded the Exi Stence of slavery among us As a me fact or blemish it oui system of adv Crement and it cites the simple statement of this of dict or. Bell evidence of his unsoundness on the slavery question. On tuesday Quot we proved one of a ten. Washington s letters that regarded the institution As so great an evil and blemish that would have Riuo iced to use his own words in any visible scheme to get rid of it. To Day to shall slow that Jan gets Madison also regarded it As a very great Quot defect or blemish Quot a a perpetual source of weakness in our symme. In the first Congress Liat assembled after the adoption the Federal Constitution 1789 or. Parker a representative from Virginia. Moved to Amend the Tariff Bill inserting a clause imposing a duty of $10 on every slave imported. In a speech made or. Madison in support of Parker s motion said Quot the confounding men with merchandise Mig it easily avoided Quot altering the title of the Billit was in fact the Veuy object of the motion to prevent men. So far Ais the Power of Congress extended from being Coufou sided with merchandise. The clause in the Constitution allowing a tax to imposed though the traffic could not prohibited for 20 years was inserted believed Fok the Veur Rui Irose of enabling congre.-4.-. To give some testimony of the sense of America with respect to the african Trade. expressing a National disapprobation of that Trade it is hoped we May destroy it and so Foo Ai Uei , Anu out Post Kiili from the imbecility Ever of a Cox try killed with slaves. This was As much the interest of South Carolina and Georgia As of any state. Every addition they received to their number of slaves tended to weakness and rendered them less capable of self defence. In of hostilities with foreign nations their slave population would a , not of repelling , but of inviting attack. It was the duty of the general govern Juenst to protect every part of the Union against danger As Well internal As external. Everything therefore which tended to that danger though it might a local affair yet if it involved National expense or safety became of concern to every part of the Union and a proper subject for the consideration of those charged with the general administration of the Parker Olio made the motion and who we have already said was a representative from Virginia among other things said Quot the gentleman from Connecticut has said that human ought not to numbered with Good wares or merchandise. Yet believed that they were looked upon african trader.-, in that Light. He hoped would do All in their Power to to human nature Ith Eisent privileges to wipe Olf if possible the stigma under which i America Laboured to do Awa in our principles justly charged upon us and to slow our actions tie pure l chef licence of the doctrine held out to the world in our declaration of Page another from Virginia in the Coli use of a on the subject of slavery said Quot lived in a state which had the misfortune to have in her Bosoni a great number of slaves Quot and that a held Many May we not Appeal to the a Nion and american s Candor and magnanimity to confess error and t it admit that or. Bell uttered but a simple historical truth when said that Quot Liberal and enlightened statesmen in every part of the world have regarded Quot the existence of slavery among us Quot As a defect or in our system of government a Lii i Birgs. A a., shocking Accident occurred last Friday in the hardware manuf Mctory of Badger. Acer co Olill Street Rochester new Tork Oiw of the it workmen John Isi Cai ight a Belt and carried Over a Shaft and thrown against the floor above a dozen . Uis of choir workmen ran to his Aid and Cut him Down As speedily As they could. His clothing was stripped from his body and his boots were thrown Ojo the centrifugal Force. What clothing remained was wound about the Shaft and his left Arm which had been broken and twisted nearly off at the shoulder. His right Arm bras badly broken and lacerated. The Fibula of the right was also broken but despite All these injuries the surgeons have Hope will Exchange. A clippings. A a Gay Winter the gayest of the Guy Ever enjoyed in Washington Isi expected to commence the approaching season. Most of the members of both branches will take their i implies with them to the Federal capital. A a crinoline excitement pervades the co Ulisses of the theatre Royal at the director has forbidden the ladies to appear in expanded skirts which deems eminently unfavourable to walking Sittin or Ems icing. A surly critic suggests a similar Rule for the Quot front of the a serious matter. Or Howe of Boston like col. Forbes and several other sons at the North supposed to implicated More or less direct a in the Jia per s ferry , have taken their departure for Canada. Fred Douglas has gone to ii Maud. Others will probably imitate their example. The acknowledged motive of their flight is the that they May required the Federal to go to Virginiia on the trial of Stephen which is to take place under Federal authority and in a United states court. This is treated some journals As an India Xiuji of their complicity in the crime and of tigers Ris Mere cowardice. In the of fair Pliny we Are constrained to say that neither of these imputations seems to us to warranted the ? facts of the . It must remembered that if summoned Federal authority to attend anywhere in the United states As , Toliese men must go and such summons can procured on the affidavit of any citizen of Virginia. Of within the limits of that state they Are amenable to Legal process and would beyond All doubt instantly arrested on the charge of having been accessory to the crime for which brow has been sentenced to deals. The whole object of gov. Wise in handing Stephens Over to the Federal authorities for to Al Quot , in questionably to bring sundry obnoxious Northern men within reach of Virginia Law. Whether it is a device worthy a of one in his position we need not Stop to Iii quire. But it can scarce in considered strange that none of these gentlemen Wyieth a innocent or guilty should unwilling thus to drawn into the Peculiar perils which would upset them in Virginia in the present excited state of the Public mind. For they w Ould encounter not Only the Ganger of being tried air Ginia Jirry if the additional perils of a Virginia mob for. Henry Hunter s statement of his on Agency in the Solil blooded murder of an unarmed wounded and disabled Man at Harper is ferry re and the i Ter amp absence Dyja single voice or word of disapprobation from. The whole state of Virginia of that most inhuman and unparalleled act Shoju clearly enough the Public tone and Tein i or in that Vicinity what would the life of Fred Douglas or or h6we Worth in a Ich Mandorin Charles Kownat the present Xvi ent it Vii if the Grover Imrit wishes to prove Good Faith in Liis matter and really sift the Altair to the Quot Bottom let it try Stephens somewhere Onk this Side it of the Boundary a line say in Pennsylvania i we arc there will no fear of Lynch Law and then if dry Howe and the test refuse to appear amp make a clean breast of it a they will fairly Lay themselves Ropi to suspicions in the invasion in in y. present to governor sewabd.? Seward was presented in Aleman in with thl a ended arabian Hois which has ship a to this country 2 fro ale Kandy to Wii Flem Tui understand. It Radii Ted to the state am to Ortii , gov<irn6r Swartf in sex a pc the a kit and Wokfe a Kkt to Quot v a a Al la la a f a it f l a Ltd seizure of �40,0tx Worth of Dias Odds on the Steamer some $40,000 Worth of diamonds jewelry and watch movements were seized on the arrival of the Steamer Asia at her Dock in Enscy City on sunday the 13th inst., belonging mostly to two Spanish gentlemen who made an ineffectual attempt to smuggle it on Shore. It appears that a wide Wake Jersey Man saw several spaniards who arrived that morning on the Asia who were conversing , and appeared to show considerable anxiety. Or. Hart the sur-ve3 or of the port was apprised of their actions and a watch was kept upon their movements until the seizure was accomplished. A a a a All sorts of . Spread of the excitement. The whee Ling intelligencer of tuesday says Quot we learn that major Avilton of this City has Boon officially advised from Headquarters to prepare to repel any indications of invasion. This is done in View of the recent excitement at Charlestown a. also learn that the commanding officers of the militia thereabouts have received orders to organize and that All the companies Are to armed and equipped for Active the work of sixty Williamsburg Ohio on november 16th, a company of women 60 in number charged on the brewery of one Booles and smashed things to pieces. They knocked the Heads out of the whisky Brandy and Beer barrels and turned the vilest Affinto the Street. To Complete the work they Tore the furnaces up broke the kettles and destroyed the hops and malt. Booles intended to bring an action for damages. A fat writer to the n. Y. Tribune a says Quot the office of sergeant at arms of the House was Worth Over ��30,000 last year and will produce More next if the Are ordered which Are now anticipated the fees being increased a the number of witnesses John Brown narrowly being a Clergyman. When about 20 3 ears old studied theology in Plainfield mass., under the direction of Rev. Moses while pursuing his studies was attacked with inflammation of tie eyes which ultimately became chronic and precluded him from the of the farther a nor Sivit of his studies when returned to Ohio. A scene at a fair. The Howard Tribune gives the following account of a runaway which occurred in a Ladie s Riding match at the fair of that county the other Day presently one of the horses became obstinate and his rider became Quot Spunky Quot a the whip freely and Fearl Cissley the horse grew mad and desperate when Liere occurred a terrific scene. The enraged horse a Large Bay took the bit and ran at a furious Speed. The crowd became wild and cries that would deafen in inhabitant of pandemonium went up from hundreds of frightened mortals. The screams yells amp shouts frightened a Gay looking Gray horse Riaden one of the ladies and went off As furiously As the Bay. After a round or two the horses evidently got Over their Quot scare Quot and entered into a contest for Speed but the multitude were still frightened amp As usual lost their wits and continued to scream. The horses wont on the Bay still leading. Gra made a terrible onslaught and just As they passed our standpoint brilliantly into the Lead. Bay took courage and ran like a frigate cd Gazelle at the quart a pole collared the Gramand before the round was made opened a Gap of full 2 lengths. Gray did not again get the Lead although at one time his nose was laying on the Bay s quarters. About this time a daring fellow who holds a tender relation to one of the riders rushed through the crowd into the Circle and As the Bay passed going at lightning Speed caught the reins of his bridle and that instant was turning Summe saults in the air. Lie landed 29 feet from the place where to caught the horse. The lady then for the first time became alarmed and As Sho turned about to look after her As she supposed lost Lover Quot the Saddle turned Ard Down she came head Foremost towards the ground. Notwithstanding the screams that were heard before we discovered from tie noise made at this moment that the crowd had been filled with Quot pent up but a Host of Gallant Fellows blockaded the track with their bodies and the Bay was stopped Quot in his wild career Quot and the lady released from the Stirrup which she was hanging. Jan Jab a a or m underground Railroad prospering. The panic prevailing at the South seems to having effect upon the travel from that Section especially the underground Railroad route. The Chicago daily evening journal states that on the night of the 17th inst. The trains brought thirty passengers to that City five from the Vicinity of Richmond Virginia twelve from Kentucky and thirteen from Missouri. They Are All now Safe in Canada. The thirteen from Missouri had been sold to go Down the River Tho very Day they started. A Stalwart six footer and a Sharp s Rise Wei a the Only guides. Tho Sandusky Register of the 19lh inst says that no than nine Lusty valuable Quot chattels Quot were passed safely through the station a few evenings ago and doubtless this time Are breathing the air of great Britain which no slave can breathe. The Toledo Blade in alluding to their , says a Here we have thirty nine of these arriving at two stations being a dead loss to Tho South of not less than fifty thousand dollars. How the Mouths of the Federal blood hounds must water Quot to think of the fat pickings thus slipping through their finger.-. How much the lies on thirty nine would do toward cementing the blessed Union of tie democracy to the South a starving have mentioned on two or three occasions says the Oskaloosa Illinois Herald the Case of a deranged woman in. This vicinit3vrho is trying to commit suicide "starvation. A gentleman in who we have full Confidence informs us that visited Lier on thursday of this week. She was still living but evidently failing. Eight weeks ago last tuesday she expressed a determination to starve herself. She has resolutely adhered to her purpose and has resisted All entreaties to take nourishment. She seems still As firm in her to commit suicide As she did eight weeks ago. She had been , night and Day and members of the family assure us that the Are Well satisfied that she has taken . Food but water. Within the last two or three weeks water when taken has occasioned severe vomiting and violent pain in the stomach. During the fore part of this Weck she still conversed with Quot those who a Ali a to so a declared it to her fixed purpose to in starvation. The Case Isi somewhat Rem ref a ble but there is no doubt of reality. A the eos ble to inn Bird s nests which Are esteemed so Greata luxury in China have become. An article of consumption in Paris. It although far the greater portion of what is consumed under that name is nothing More than fish glue still the genuine nest can purchased at i $70per Hundred weight in crude site. The chemist A Ven received some years ago Sample a of Ifon East Indian plaint known tender then Meo Fechina off omit recon sized it As pne of the Foliga off gear cd Mph no nil it Chi no so Bird s Sta. He,.founalihat.ihe swaho#8 which the Jolgui Brown panic two Northern mechanics driven from Virginia. Two tinsmith of Trenton new Verso who had hired out to go to Tho Vicinity of Charlestown va., to do some roofing returned a few Days ago having been prevented from doing their work and driven threats of arrest to leave the place. An account of the affair which appears to authentic As follows a wealthy gentleman of new Jers Cunder Stojil to a or. 11. , formerly a Day goods merchant of Trenton who removed to a locality near i Earlestown in a it or about a that Timo having concluded to remain i permanently at the later place had partly built a House which designed to cover with a metallic roof. Preferring the work of Northern mechanics or finding it impracticable to get it Dono without incurring the expense of bringing them so great a distance Camo to Trenton and engaged two who had been employed at the Liard Are it of g. Brearley amp co., of that City. Taking them with Liim returned to his Southern Home and work was about being commenced. But the virginians had no idea of allowing any such proceeding nobody knew this was a contrivance of the abolitionists at any rate it could not permitted. So they threatened the tin workers they would arrest them and Deal summarily with them if they did not forthwith depart and the mechanics to avoid trouble concluded to go Home. Quot a Hoir employer was at the same Limo informed that his might remain uncovered forever if could not got it roofed without sending to the North for to do the n. Y. Post the frenzy culminate ii our Harper s ferry telegrams increase in sensitive reports Day unto Day a doth strength to the Militar night unto night show eth Forth the terror of the soldiers and the quiling of the people warriors Aro still approaching. Double sentries nightly guard the watch hourly Are they firing a Only on Falso foes All the churches Are turned into Barracks Tho secret of All this turmoil begins to leak out. Gov. has sont spies into Tho free states and they report crowds of men armed cup a and on their Way to Virginia 1 Tho mountains Are full of Mihoin wonder if All the sensitive letters sent to gov. Wie were not mailed those very men at i Bieront Points. Rattler guess their brains Are fevered. They see Trees As men walking. They suspect every Man to an abolition Assassin. May to Thoj mistake the Energy and activity of Northern men Tho Quick Eye the Active step the keen glance As fanatical determination to storm Virginia. To their heated imagination the crowds thronging the streets the railroads the hotels of Northern cities Are All hastening to Rescue poor old Brown. Well All we have to say i i if there is not an attempt to , it will no fault of gov. Wise has done his utmost to provoke one. Or the Galesburg Iii nonpareil has hoisted the names of Gen. Simon Cameron of Pennsylvania for and Abraham i Coln of Illinois for vice president in 1860. The Norwich it. Courier recommends Abraham Lincoln of Illinois for president or vice president in 1860. The Providence journal edited Hon. Henry a Anthony us senator from Rhode Island Speaks in High Tennis of judge read of Pennsylvania for president and gives a Short sketch of his life from which we learn that is a lawyer of More than Ordinary ability. That a been a Democrat and that in 1849 to supported a Reso Lution in Tho democratic state convention declaring slavery to a local institution. In 1850 advocated the admission of California As a free Sute and after the repeal of the Missouri Compromise left to and has since acted with the republicans. He was elected in preme judge in 1858 receiving 27,000 majority and 50,000 More votes than col. Fremont received in the same state for. Bacy and ghz sch mb1ibsbship,. Of the Madison Indian courier speaking of the indignation with hich d a my to View All pulpit discourses who seem in Jim a no Tofin cd Tiiu hot in it i Ike in fit a gift Rai ii buildings in Chicago. Chicago was Origi Lauy a swamp. When drained As much As natural level would allow the surface was not More than 12 or at most 2i inches above standing water a at that time Many parts of the City were perfect Quad Viires and in wet Many times have i a seen boards stuck up chalked on them the significant warning Quot no Bottom Quot and it woe to Tho unlucky teamster who chanced to that warning for generally his horses had to dragged out the neck. Some years ago the common Council made Tho bold but Wise resolve that they would raise the Grade of the whole City. This Hiis caused temporary inconvenience to All parties a a great loss to a few and has compelled those who had erected Good buildings to them bodily from five to eight feet. The result has been most satisfactory. It has added indescribably to the Beauty of Tho City it has enabled them to carry out a system of thorough drainage All the business streets Are perfectly dry and the health of the City has been improved immeasurably. So that this one vast improvement Chicago will become one of the most healthy and Beautiful cities in the whole Union. One of the most astonishing results of the alteration of the Grade was Tho raising of Largo buildings hotels and whole rows of Brick and Stone stores. The operation was at first looked upon with Universal suspicion and Many watched for Tho buildings thus being raised to come tumbling Down. The operation proved a perfect Success and in a Short time immense buildings were seen stuck on stilts and ascending higher every Day while at Tho same time business was carried on within As if nothing was occurring. The ii dus Operand is simple but interesting. The foundation is Laid Bare on each Side of Tho Falls trestle work of Short stiff timber.=?, both outside and partition is then erected on which rests Tho ends of Stout beams passed through the Wall every three or four feet. Under Tho timbers on which these timbers rest an immense number of Jack screws arc fixed every four or five of which require the attention of a Man. All being ready the superintendent takes his stand at some Central Point and a signal usually a shrill whistle directs the movements of the men. He continues his whistle Long enough for every Man to turn each screw one Complete round of the thread. Thus the building is raised at every Point precisely at the same moment and to Tho same extent. As the work progresses the trestle work is raised and thus the operation proceeds till the required height is attained when a new foundation is built and the of building gradually rested upon it. Tho greatest number of buildings raised at one time were the Block belonging to or. Evans on Clark Street Between Lake and Randolph their being no fewer than thirteen stores three stories High under we Iii were fixed from twelve to fifteen Hundred screws. It is probable that within the past eighteen months As much Money has been spent in raising buildings in Chicago As would build up a moderate sized City Many having Cost from fifteen to Twenty thousand dollars. And j of when Chicago revives every such investment will pay a Good interest from Tho rent of the basement. Den s great motto in repealing the British copts Lavt. If a Istir is Siri aply an in conc Niece an oppression obey it and agitate for repeal but if that Law is in opposition to god s Law then obey god rather than Man and sheer Tiluy suffer the penalty. The new Era is the name of a new Papel just started at Auburn Dekalb county. Or. George Kuhlman is editor who promises to advocate the principles of our forefathers. If will really advocate those principles we shall rejoice in his Success but we suspect Quot will not for we notice that recommends the Douglas doctrine for the territories. The Early fathers taught no such doctrines As Jar. Douglas proclaims on that subject. They passed the ordinance of l87 8 which excluded slavery from the North Western territory and at a later period when Tho popular sovereigns of Tho territory of Indiana petitioned Congress for the privilege of holding slaves these Early fathers said popular sovereignty then would have made Indiana a slave state. The Early fathers adopted the principles of excluding slavery from the territories of the United states and they adhered to it throughout. It has resulted in making not Only Indiana but Ohio Illinois Michigan Wisconsin Iowa and Minnesota free states. The Laporte Union of the 28th says one of our citizens or. James Clarks living on West main Street was a full surprised last saturday night about ten o clock finding lying on the Back porch of his House two babies. I lies were twin boys about four weeks old and carefully and warmly wrapped in a Woolen shawl and other apparel and the Side of them was also found a bundle of clothing consisting of under garments diapers amp a. Tho Little ones wore cared for during the night or. Clark s family and the next Day handed Over to trustees who would provide for them and who to d also Institute an inquiry into their Parent Quot . Lieuw conscience and penalty. Thoie is constant confusion of thought As the rightful province of Law and conscience. Some boldly Assort that Law under All circumstances must obeyed. Not Long ago even in the pulpit we heard the doctrine sternly enforced without the least qualification that All citizens Are bound to obey every Law of the land others again contend that conscience is above All Law and not on so but that a scruple is a sufficient excuse for the violation of any Law both these extreme views would totally subversive of the Well being of society. The one tramples under foot divine Law the second would destroy All human Law. What then is the True and sound position when these seem to any one to conflict that they do sometimes conflict no one can doubt. What then to it right to obey Man rather than god there is a divine Law there is a human Law and there is a conscience to take cognizance of both. It is absurd in the extreme to talk As some do about conscience being a Mere product of education As something that can a stretched and twisted to any purpose. This is the despot s Node of reasoning. Conscience is a Man s sense of right and wrong and is As much a part of his nature As Hope and fear. No parties enforced general obedience to Law More than the divine writers and yet none were More determined in their opposition to those Laws. Peter and John were placed under Law strictly forbidden to do certain things and yet they went Forth and deliberately violated that Law and when arrested and charged with this violation their prompt reply was Quot we ought to obey god rather than was this right if so Are there any circumstances which justify now a like action we answer that men must obey Law or to Content to suffer the penalty. Peter and John were beaten for their crime they suffered the penalty and itry yet they continued to violate that same Law. If Man s in a conflicts with Law a must . Of Yed rather than Jonap ?, offender my Content to suffer the penalty and that cheer fully a Quot without govern mint there Lionil society it without i Lawi Ihei Emma at How is the go no Rai impr�s8edruikfn� in pc i in question that in Mia a a the purity of a in. A hts we a Tevz a ill pc ods m the Yio Jifa the idea his it if Wotan in itys melt flied Ltha the to St met afm it Prei itis Ebril a c , 28.�?the steamship Isa Liel arrived from Quot Liyana. The Marquiese Serrano the new govt general arrived on the 24 the inst and was received a grand Demon St icon. He was sworn in and entered upon the duties of his office. Saturday and sunday the town was full of strangers and military. Extensive Praia rations were making additional military forces were approaching. The churches Are All taken of for . The sentinels Are nightly firing at imaginary and a number of citizens narrowly escaped the Bullet. Portl.\sd, 28.�?the expected Steamer North Britain with Liverpool dates to the 16th, has not yet been signalled below we have had a lengthy account of the wreck of the Steamer India which however presents very few facts not already published. When the news first reached Halifax that a Steamer was ashore off the Point indicated there great excitement As it was fully believed to the Delta which had left that port a new Days before for Sidney with a number , and Tho ii St intelligence which reached Halifax that the wrecked vessel was Tho irn lift and not Tho Delta was strangely enough received from the agent of the associated press in new York. On this intelligence being received Active preparations for Relief were made All the Public functionaries on the ship As Well As the officers of the British War sols lying out the Harbor. And strange Are cautioned that there i pfc danger to them in approaching Ghi est town or near a ton that Day. That if it is Clee teed i accessory is Fitial Law will of Proi claimed and enforced. General Tellifero has also issued a proclaim Tiomi to Day announcing Liat All strangers who Calif tort gites. A satisfactory account of themselves will promptly Arf Steil that All persons Unju preaching Charlestown Railroad or otherwise under pretence of witnessing thee cution of John. Bro\w,.wiii. Meti of fir military Amr turned Izick or Aire sied. Hts also emphatically warns the people of the country to stay at Home top oct Flat to amp eff property assuring them that information from reliable sources indicate that so doing they will Best consult their own Iii Teress and several reporters of the Northern bal Vitug arrived at Harper s ferry yester ii were compel Letl the military to return to Balti Tiore. It is staid that lir own stated to a gentleman yesterday that a had no Hope of a Rescue on account of the extent of the military 5�repafaiign.�, and that his boys would never have permitted his execution if there was any i c t of an attempt proving successful. The military now in Charlestown number Over one thousand fire Hundred mean several More companies will Here to Morrow swelling the in Moor up to two thousand. St. Lolis nov. 30th.�?the Steamer Lake City Herco for a Kart Riter a Sank at Ca Rondolet six below Here last evening. The l oat wins valued at gift eel thousand dollars. She was insured in Pittsburgh for eleven thousand Dolia Sii j her cargo was badly damage Ltd Sackville n. B., nov. 50th, a the Royal mail steamship Europa from Liverpool on saturday the 19th inst., arrived at Llali fix to Day. The Europa s advices. Which arc three Days later than furnished the Steamer Bohemian have been brought hero the horse steamships Kangaroo Ocean Queen Anil Pei Sia had arrived out. New York 27.�?the u. S. Mail Steamer Baltic arrived at new York from Aspinwall on sunday with California advices to Tho 5th inst one Day later than Tho Overland mail. She brings $1,750,u00 in Gold and 650 passengers including the officers and Crew of the u. S. Steam frigate Saranac. The Steamer Orizaba of Tho Vanderbilt line left san the same time As the Golden ago with 250 Pas seniors. The Baltic on freight 100 cases of silk worm eggs from China or Italy and the South of Franco. The Overland mail from St Louis with dates to the 10th of october reached Gil Roy on the 4th inst. The Northern Light of the Vanderbilt Lino which left the same Day arrived on Tho 12th. The Northern had met. With an Accident to Lier machinery at sea and had also been on fire. The extent of her injury was not known at Aspinwall. the dates Are to the 29th of oct. The frigate Lancaster 31 Days from Janeiro had not yet arrived at Valparaiso. The new Sis of no importance. St. Louis 28.�?Tho Overland mail with dates from san Francisco to the 7th inst., being 2 Days later Ihan received the Steamer Baltic reached Here last night an election was ordered to held in California on the 15th of december to fill the vacancy of the Senate. This it is anticipated fill a very exciting election involving the question whether the Grant the right to construct bulk Heads to protect the san Francisco Harbor. The project involving the expenditure of $5,000,000, an association has been formed at san Francisco with the intention of embracing the whole state for the purpose of excluding the chinese from All employment except that of the lowest kind. Business at san Francisco was stagnant there had been no sales since the departure of the Steamer on the 5th. A despatch from san Francisco dated to monday 6 a m., overtaking the mail at Gilroy says that Trade opened fair for Tho first of the week. Light sales of Choice Bacon at 12 w. The Denver City express with dates to the 27th inst. And �6000 in treasure reached Leavenworth on the 25 the inst. The provisional government was working harmoniously. The legislature was engaged in perfecting a code of Laws and concerning measures to raise a Revenue to carry on the government. Mining operations continued to carried on to a considerable extent. The weather was very favourable Quot rising Sun ind., 28.�?samuel Best one of the Pioneer citizen of Cincinnati died at his residence in this place yesterday at the age of 78 years Cleveland 0., 28.�?the democratic convention in Cuya hoga co stood Douglas 128, a Buchanan 10. Collector Parks and the u. S. Clerk Green went Douglas. ,. The Utah mail of. The third Quot brings accounts of the execution of Thos h., Ferguson for the murder of Alexander Carpenter. This is Tho first judicial execution Ever taken place in the territory. Wash Stox nov. 29th.�?several Virginia military companies a sed through Washington this morning on their Way to Charlestown. They go on Tho evening train. Every mail bring. Advices of the formation of additional companies in that state and the governor is constantly receiving applications for arms. Judge Watts direct from new Mexico Saj s that saw kit Carson in Good health immediately a i receding his departure and emphatically contradicts the report of the latter s death. J the Navy department Lias received Des the treaty ratification. A were to it re patches from commander Porter giving full changed at Zurich on the 21.St of november particulars of his recent dealings with go Franco had letters of invitation to Vurnor Pesquiera at Jua Ymas. They Are the Congress to those who signed in accordance with facts As recently pub 1 the Vienna treat and to those of the Ita listed. It is not known however How far Han rulers. Captain porters conduct will justified j j attitude of the a a to Glish ibid French the , As it docs not seem j press was daily becoming More warlike to to Clear As yet that to had aright to the times Calls on Napoleon to demand the acting Consul Alden should recognized in the Cap tacit to extol n. J., nov. 29th.�?tlie following is the official vote for Jovo nor at the recent cloption a Olden , fifty three thousand five Hundred and fifteen Wright fifty one thousand seven Hundred and fourteen Oldon s majority one thousand Hundred and one. Portland me., nov. 29th.�?the steamship North briton has arrived with Liverpool advices to Tho 15th inst Sackville b., nov 29th.�?thero j Market is unchanged were no signs of the mail steamship j , saturday. A bread Niagara at , at eight o clock this St i Dull but prices firm. evening. The Niagara sailed from liver Dull Pool on the 19th inst. St. Louis nov. 29th.�?an adjourned put an end to the suspense. It is stated that Tho Emp error Napoleon. Of kiss Chevalier Buoncompagno in assuming the lie gency of Central Italy. It is re sorted that Garibaldi has re signed i command of Central Italy and has a joined the sardinian army. The London society of arts had Ina Gura cd a Monument for a great a Chi i Tion in 1862. I London Money Bullion in j the Bank of England had increased thirty thousand during the week. The Money. Solmn Hai oct. 8. China has repudiated the treaty with the u. S. refusing to open the ports of snot a Ople and Taman As stipulated in the treaty Paris 9th.�?no formal invitation have Yat been sent France to England but count Perigney has been instructed to a Chicano 28.�?the of George a Bates a inst the Illinois Central Railroad hich has a been of to Iai in the a s. Court for the up t fortnight in vol no the right of defend an to to their Dew t property in Chic ago wins Dicomi to Day in favor of the Road this a the second time this easel has scion tried wit the . A Moses Taylor has armed i the Dat Eif firm a in dts Cir cd Tjw the amp St and inv anti to lhe25th. Met my a a session of the ?.souri legislature met at Jefferson Cit a yesterday. Governor Stewart s message which was almost entirely confined to a discussion upon the Railroad question will read to Day. Phil20th.�?this morn preliminaries with lord John Ras ing counterfeit notes of the denomination of fifty and one Hundred dollars of a very dangerous character on the Philadelphia Bank made their appear acc. The counterfeit one hundreds arc printed in Blue and dated january 1st, 18."j8. Of the genuine notes of this Date and c Caracter but few arc in circulation. There arc no counterfeit hundreds dated May 1st, 1858, so that the notes of this Date in circulation appear to Good. Tho counterfeit fifties arc printed some in Black and others in Blue and dated february 1st, 1859. Ther never was any genuine fifty dollars of that Date issued. There Are also , printed in Black dated May 2nd, 1859. The detectives have the matter in hand and Are Busy searching out the parties who have got out the counterfeits. It is conjectured Austria and England have protested against the establishment of Regency in it Aly. The three per cent rentes closed to Day at sixty nine and eighty five francs. It is stated that Buoncompagni would tender his resignation of Regency to Tho Sar Ditzian government two British War steamers have succeeded in bringing off three Hundred and fifty christians from the Small ports of Morocco. A general a ass acre to fugitives As feared. A Spanish army of forty thousand Meti was to land in Morocco Early it december. The French prefects Are instructed to in Vite the journals to More circumspect in that those admirably executed counterfeits a language towards England. Have been put into circulation suddenly in the Western states a and they have been sent on Here in Exchange in Largo quantities just As suddenl3\ they have been scattered All around the business portion of the City and have deceived the very Best judges of paper Money in the Community. The notes Are entire counter foil Prol ably the Best Ever executed and every Bank in Tho City is believed to have been victimized to a greater or less amount. One Large private banking establishment on third Street this morning received three thousand dollars of the spurious notes from new York and they had no Sti specion of their being bogus until they were offered to the Philadelphia Bank for Deposit. The Best judges can scarcely discriminate Between Tho Good and bad notes a very Large amount of them has been on the business conv Unity of Philadelphia and it is probable that they have been pushed off freely in Tho Northern and Southern cities As Well As in the West. Quek town. Nor. 20th.�?the ship do Roit from Tripoli for Boston has just Puk into this port leaking. Portland 3ie., 29. The Steamer Admiral arrived this fore noon from St. , bringing mails of the wrecked Steamer India also the Purser chief Stew ird a ind 14 Steerage passengers. The passengers Are a Quot. G. How Riand f. Duiker , Erestine , Samuel and Mathw d Ulster. Mrs. Eickman Joseph Marie anday tonic Birdman Kich Ard Crown c. Craner and w Forto Rontz and or. Pearsh Abr Montreal. Julie Eickman aged 26. Eve Eickman infant i for new York were drowned. The Cai was mostly for Canad. Or i w a has issued a Priam action annoy Ucang that the state has taken it it session of Tea to aches Teh avd Fot of on Fet is Clem it inuit Washington nov 30th.�?there Are now about eighty members of Pongre in Washington. The caucuses of the respective parties will held on saturday night. Judge Douglas and wife design leaving the City about the 12th of december for Florida on the of their physicians. Secretary Floyd says his own health is restored. It is probable Tho press will supplied with copies of the president s Mes Ige and accompanying documents As heretofore. New Yoke nov. 30th.�?the new York Tribune says that governor Wise has written to mrs. Brown a dosing an order for the is Ftp conduct of her messenger to Charlestown where Tho remains of Brown would immediately and decently committed to his care. A Higgins amp company s carpet factors Ion forty third Street was a troyed in this morning. Loss one Hundred thousand dollars. T Welve Hundred Luuis a re throw n out of employment. ,. Pont Sauna a o. W., nov propeller Milwaukee and the Hooner v. Tiffany collided on monday night to the Straits of Mickinac in who Quot 111 Hinds of the Iii Law Akuce Cookli lord were t a red up Tho proper la a free so if

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